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Proactiv vs. Kale for Acne

Proactiv vs. Kale?!

I’d take kale over Proactiv any day.  I can tell you from trying Proactiv and many other topical acne treatments that contain many of the same ingredients vs. 1,417 more words

Smorgasbord Health - The Lungs - Foods that support the respiratory system

I hope that I have already established over the last three here in the health posts that eating a natural, unprocessed diet at least 80% of the time is essential to your health. 930 more words

Health And Nutrition At Any Age

Almond Milk Prep // 

Soaking 150g of almonds in water for a couple of hours to make almond milk when I get back from work later on! This is my first time making my own almond milk, so I’ll be honest, I have no idea how it’s going to turn out or how versatile it will be. 105 more words


Superfood Spotlight: Sweet Potato Power!

Ask most anyone what their favorite comfort food is, and most likely, the answer will be potatoes, specifically, white potatoes. In fact, here in America, we consume 110 pounds of potatoes per year, reports… 434 more words


It’s Never Too Early to Start Anti-Aging

By Helen Wang
Blog Content Contributor

By the time you start noticing even the slightest wrinkles start to form on your face, it’s already too late. 515 more words

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Brussels Sprouts Gratin

Leafy greens are nutrition powerhouses. They have plenty of vitamins A, C, and K to go around, not to mention they’re also high in fiber. Green leafy vegetables include kale, collard greens, Swiss chard, spinach, broccoli, cabbage, other greens, and Brussels sprouts. 315 more words